Above: "Eco-Tec's Ecoparque El Zamorano, Honduras. Ecological House: Constructed with 8,000 bottles with composting toilets and a solar water heating system. The green roof can weigh 30 tons when wet and has been supported by the walls without any extra reinforcement. It is the first house in the world made from PET bottles without using cement in the walls."
Hi Lloyd et al.!
We have been following Lloyd's blog for quite some time. We've really enjoyed your publications ever since we first came across it on someone else's blog about a year ago. We've been devouring one book at a time. What a feast of books you've made!
Anyway, we've come across this today, and wondered if you knew about it. We thought it excellent way of using those pesky bottles instead of letting them end up in the ocean or landfill.
Thanks, and keep up the good work! We're really looking forward to seeing the Tiny Homes ;o).
Karina Buikema on behalf of all my boys big (husband) and small